7 Things To Do Before School Starts

7 Things To Do Before School Starts It’s that time again! The school year is rapidly approaching us and summer is winding down. Besides the obvious tasks of purchasing school supplies and making sure your teen has wrapped up their summer reading, there are seven things you need to make…

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How to Stop Procrastinating

Jumpstart Your Work: How to Stop Procrastinating When a due date is rapidly approaching, it’s easy to find anything else to do rather than starting on the task at hand. This is especially true when it comes to holding your teen accountable for their homework, school tasks and even household…

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The Power of Asking Powerful Questions

The Power of Asking Powerful Questions As your teenager progresses through school and grows older, communicating effectively with them can become more and more difficult. A simple, “How was your day?” isn’t going to illicit much of a response anymore as it did when they were in elementary and middle…

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How to Get Involved in High School

How to Get Involved in High School Student involvement is not only instrumental to character building during a teen’s high school career, but also important when it comes time to apply for college. Although this is a common go-to activity for most teens and their parents, your teenager doesn’t have…

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The Key to High School Success: One Thing At A Time

The Key to High School Success: One Thing At A Time We’ve discussed the three biggest differences between middle school and high school: the faster pace, more independence expected by teachers and increased social demands. Once you fully understand the obstacles your teen will need to overcome during this transition,…

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Top 3 Differences Between Middle and High School

For your teen, transitioning from middle school to high school is one of the biggest changes of their life thus far. For you, it can be a huge adjustment. From teacher involvement, class scheduling and peer engagement, a lot of things change as your teenager gets older and enters high…

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What to Do When Your Teen is Struggling in School

When your teen is struggling in school and you suspect that your child may have a disability, it can be an emotional experience. Meeting with your teen’s teachers is the best first step. Your child’s teachers are likely the most knowledgeable people about your child in the school. After meeting…

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